This year is going to be huge for Danish super-producers Nonsens. For their second release of 2017, the trio is finally giving away their VIP of “Serve It Up” that they’ve kept locked in their vault until now. Featuring a monstrous twist to both drops, this is an absolutely massive remake of their original bass anthem that is sure to destroy every dancefloor in its path. These three have blessed the electronic music community with an arsenal of epic tracks over the past year, and this one is no exception.
Dubbed one of the best active trios in dance music, these three have been pumping out massive releases since they teamed up in 2012. Nonsens has had a number of wildly successful releases through Mad Decent, Good Enuff, and Universal Music including their supported tracks “Gotta”, “Miracle”, and “Hearts On Fire”.
Their recent collaboration w/ Portuguese prodigy Holl, “2 Kill A Stage”, has already received tons of support from artists like Valentino Kha, Epti, Party Favo, QUI, Hasse De Moo, and many others. Over the past few months they’ve been in the studio with artists such as Diplo, RL Grime, Barely Alive, and Brillz working on some projects that will be revealed in the near future but are definitely worth the wait.
The highly sought-after duo is ending the year with an incredible collection of official “While We’re Young” remixes.
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